This depends on the country/organization. See related questions. US: William McKinley. William Mckinley was the 25th President of the United States from 1897 March 4 until …1901 September 14, when he eventually died after being shot on September 6 by an assassin. (MORE)
75% copper and only 25% nickel, the same composition used since 1866 except during WWII. The only US nickels that contained any silver were special "war nickels"… minted from late 1942 to 1945. These coins are 56% copper, 35% silver and 9% manganese.(MORE)
Alva Adams (born May 14, 1850 in Iowa County, Wisconsin; died November 1, 1922 in Battle Creek, Michigan) succeeded Albert Washington McIntyre as the tenth Governor of Colorad…o, serving between January 12, 1897 and January 10, 1899.\n.
\nFollowing the end of Adams' term as Governor, Charles Spalding Thomas (born December 6, 1849 in Darien, Georgia; died June 24, 1934 in Denver, Colorado) became the eleventh Governor of Colorado, serving between January 10, 1899 and January 8, 1901. (MORE)
Heber Manning Wells (born August 11, 1859 in Salt Lake City, Utah; died March 12, 1936), the first Governor of Utah, served between January 6, 1896 and January 2, 1905, includ…ing the whole of 1899. (MORE)
Reinhold Sadler (born January 10, 1848 in Czarnikau, Prussia; died January 30, 1906 in Eureka, Nevada) succeeded John E. Jones as the ninth Governor of Nevada, serving between… April 10, 1896 and January 5, 1903, including the whole of 1899. (MORE)
William A. Richards (born March 9, 1849 in Hazel Green, Washington; died July 25, 1912 in Melbourne, Australia) succeeded John E. Osborne as the fourth Governor of Wyoming, se…rving between January 7, 1895 and Janury 2, 1899.\n.
\nFollowing the end of Richards' term as Governor, DeForest Richards (born August 6, 1846 in Charlestown, New Hampshire; died April 28, 1903) became the fifth Governor of Wyoming, serving between January 2, 1899 and April 28, 1903. (MORE)